Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) provides a wide range of resources for use by teachers and students.
Many of the materials link topics studied in the classroom to their applications in industry and research. In addition to interactive resources across the 5-19 age groups, this collection provides teacher guidance for hands-on activities.
HEALTH and SAFETY
Any use of a resource that includes a practical activity must include a risk assessment. Please note that collections may contain ARCHIVE resources, which were developed at a much earlier date. Since that time there have been significant changes in the rules and guidance affecting laboratory practical work. Further information is provided in our Health and Safety guidance.
The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) has produced a set of resources presenting work-related learning in the context of how science is used in the pharmaceutical industry. It has a wealth of information about 'how science works' to support GCSE and A level science and applied science courses as…
Interactive resources for students aged 5-7 from the ABPI. Topics include: Humans and Animals, Human and Animal Habitats, Materials, Solids, Liquids and Gases, and Where Do Medicines Come From?
Interactive resources from ABPI for students aged 7-11. Topics include: Body Builder, Energy Challenge, Humans and Animals, Human and Animal Habitats, Materials, Medicines to Treat Disease, Population Growth, and Solids, Liquids and Gases.
Interactive resources from ABPI for students aged 11-14. Topics include: Body Builder. Periodic Table, and Population Growth.
Interactive resources from the ABPI for students aged 14-16. Topics include: Diabetes, Genes and Inheritance, Hormones and Their Effects, Periodic Table, and Skin Structure and Function.
From the ABPI these are interactive resources for students aged 16-19. Topics include: Diabetes, Genes and Inheritance, Hormones and Their Effects, Periodic Table, and Skin Structure and Function.
Resource by: ABPI